missing + yellow nail plate
A missing cuticle combined with a yellow nail plate is a strong indication for the 'yellow nail syndrome' (YNS) - a condition which is associated with lung disorders, and with lymphedema.
Other nail features of YNS can be: slow nail growth + loose or detached nail plate - a.k.a. onycholysis.
TREATMENT: Treatment of no cuticles may include physical therapy + prescripted drug therapy.
Medical vocabulary: aplasia cutis
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THE NAIL UNIT
The eight basic components of the nail unit include: 1 - proximal nail fold;
2 - cuticle; 3 - lunula; 4 - nail plate;
5 - lateral nail folds; 6 - nail bed;
7 - hyponychium; 8 - free edge.
* NOTICE: The HandResearch Nail Tutor Tool
is still in development
- currently this tool discriminates 57 fingernail disorders in the nails.
The NAIL TUTOR tool is an aspect of Medical Hand Analysis
& Multi-Perspective Hand Reading
. The purpose of this tool is to help you identify the nature of your fingernail disorder. The section fingernail disorders
presents a more comprehensive overview of the most common fingernail abnormalities.
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